What this completely ignores is the fact that without proper development of what you want to "contain" Docker, Kubernetes and the like will be useless.
I'd rather see an article leaving out the marketing blurbs and including the harsh reality.
To this day, even companies that provide "the cloud" or container services do not have a clear picture.
Containers do not solve anything, they are just a technical approach intended to get people thinking about what could be the right approach.
I can surely agree to disagree.
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